Steel Golf Shafts

Apollo Steel Shafts
Apollo Steel Shafts
22 products
FST Steel Shaft
FST Steel Shaft
6 products
KBS Steel Shaft
KBS Steel Shaft
16 products
Nippon Steel
Nippon Steel
2 products
Project X Steel Shafts
Project X Steel Shafts
1 products
True Temper Steel Shafts
True Temper Steel Shafts
15 products

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Monark Golf offers a complete line of steel golf shafts from the industry's top shaft manufacturers such as True Temper, Project X, Nippon steel shafts, KBS and FST steel iron shafts. We are carrying steel golf shafts in 0.370" parallel tip as well as 0.355" tapered tip to reshaft OEM iron heads.
Besides brand name steel shafts, we are also stocking up the entire line of Apollo steel golf shafts at lowest possible prices. Apollo steel shafts don't compromise on quality and offer a better value than OEM steel golf shafts. The Apollo Acculite 75 steel shaft is one of the lightest steel shaft on the market and offered below $10.00. the Apollo Acculite 75 is a super light weight steel shaft and great alternative to graphite iron shafts.
Make Monark Golf your one-stop shop for steel golf shafts and your golf clubmaking needs.

1. How steel golf shafts are made?
most steel shafts are manufactured using the "welded tube" construction. Another method is the "seamless" construction.
2. Do steel golf shafts wear out?
Repeated, long-term use of a steel golf shaft does not affect its playing characteristics, so long as the shaft is not damaged. A golf shaft will not become more flexible over the years
3. Should I get graphite or steel shafts for my irons?
Graphite shafts are lighter than steel shafts and promote a higher swing speed at less efforts. Graphite shafts will also benefit your iron game and is particularly beneficial for players with average swing speed.
4. Can a golf shaft increase distance?
the shaft flex, location of bend point and shaft weight will influence distance. A lighter shaft will increase ball speed for more distance. A shaft with a lower bend point promotes a higher ball flight for more distance at less efforts.